James Worthington, Senior Associate
James is a construction lawyer with experience in both contentious and non-contentious work in respect of a large range of construction and engineering projects.
SummaryJames is a construction lawyer with experience in both contentious and non-contentious work in respect of a large range of construction and engineering projects. He advises developers, contractors and funders on all types of construction documentation including domestic and international standard forms of building contract.
His contentious experience includes advising on a wide range of disputes in different dispute resolution forums, including mediation, adjudication and litigation.
James is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Advising the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications in Bahrain on the construction contracts for the $1.1 billion improvement works at Bahrain International Airport
- Advising a contractor in respect of the construction contracts for a major PFI housing scheme
- Advising on a multi-million pound adjudication arising out of the Crossrail project
- Advising on the defence of a claim for over £18 million arising out of alleged defects in the cladding of the global headquarters of a major international bank
News & Insights
Construct.Law - Winter 2017
Welcome to our winter edition of Construct.Law bringing you legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.
The new Apprenticeship Levy: how does it work?
We discuss the new Apprenticeship Levy and how it will affect the construction industry.